Bouteloua Blonde Ambition, Blue Gramma Grass
Striking flowers on blue-gray stems and its ability to look great almost all the time makes Blonde Ambition Blue Gramma Grass a standout in the garden. Sideways chartreuse flowers turn a tawny blonde that look like little flags decorating the tall stems on this grass. The blue-gray wispy leaves add lots of texture and movement into the garden. The flowers dry nicely on the tough grass and is known to hold their flowers through the winter, looking great until it is time to be cut back in early spring.
A Missouri Botanical Gardens Plant of Merit for its outstanding ornamental value and dependable performance.
Easily grown in average, dry to medium, well-drained soils in full sun. Tolerates a wide range of soils, except poorly-drained, wet ones. Excellent drought tolerance. Cut to the ground in early spring before new shoots appear.